Editor’s Notebook 2

The Editor’s Notebook posts are my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy!

What I’m Loving This Week

The Habits of Successful People: They Start Small. Baby steps, baby steps, baby steps. If you’re procrastinating, then your tasks aren’t small enough. Break ‘em down, baby.

4 Steps for Creating A Budget That Maximizes Your Happiness. Several of my clients are working on budgeting, but they must remember to budget for fun too.

Careless Whisper Vintage 1930s Jazz Cover. My go-to karaoke song is now a smooth jazz groove. So good.

14 Things That Aren’t Lunch (That You Tell Yourself Are). Ugh, is it really almost swimsuit season? I must stop eating all this crap.

How to Never Feel Stressed at Work Again. Hahahahaha! Amiright? But seriously, even doing 1 or 2 of these ideas every day will dramatically change your stress levels at work. Promise.

How I Cut My Writing Time From 2 Days to 4 Hours. This one’s for all you writers and bloggers out there.

50 Inspirational Career Quotes. Whether you’re in the corporate world or work for yourself, these quotes will keep you motivated through your work day.

15 Books About Positive-Thinking You Need for a Happy Life. Love ‘em. Especially The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch.

I saw this article about the Best Worst Local TV Ads From Your Youth, and I was so pleased to see Eagleman! I grew up in Illinois, and this bizarro commercial was on all the time. I’ve got something for yooooouu!!!

Game of Goats. I like this much, much more than I should.

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Comments

  1. says

    Yay, I love these posts! The lunch one made me laugh, it was too funny! I also loved the link about releasing stress at work. What a great article, I’m sure it’ll help a lot of people. I carry a lot of tension in my shoulders (like and insane amount of tension and it always takes me forever to realize it. Fixing my posture is definitely a goal of mine as well. I find that helps with my shoulder tension too. Can’t wait to check out the rest of the links!

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